America’s most notorious woman gets released from jail today, July 17, and you know what that means — her entire trial story is up for grabs! Which actress will play her in a movie documenting her courtroom scandal?
We have our picks, now we want to hear yours! From Scream star Neve Campbell to Twilight‘s Kristen Stewart, all these talented actresses are contenders to play Casey Anthony. But whose your number one choice? Read More!
The accused killer has ‘deep psychological issues’ and may be having an ’emotional breakdown’ as she stands trial for her daughter Caylee’s murder.
Experts tell HollyBaby.com exclusively that they suspect Casey Anthony may even suffer from a personality disorder, which prompted her defense team’s bid to have a mistrial declared. Do you agree?
She may be a proven liar who partied after her daughter disappeared — but that doesn’t make her a murderer, seasoned defense attorneys warn.
The prosecution amassed a mountain of evidence linking Casey Anthony to the murder of her daughter Caylee, but almost all of its circumstantial and MAY NOT be enough to convict her.
Her struggling defense are pondering the move in a last ditch attempt to beat a murder conviction and possible death sentence.
The accused child killer wasn’t expected to testify, for fear of worsening her hope of acquittal — but as the prosecution wraps up its strong case against her, Casey Anthony‘s attorneys are contemplating a final throw of the dice.
The 25-year-old broke down and turned her head away as graphic images of 2-year-old Caylee Anthony’s remains were shown to jurors.
Judge Belvin Perry warned those with “queasy stomachs” to leave the court on June 9, before introducing a string of grisly photographs taken shortly after the tragic toddler’s body was found on December 11 2008.
A specially-trained police cadaver dog detected a dead body HAD been in Casey’s car and in the play area used by her 2-year-old daughter Caylee.
Handler Jason Forgery told Casey Anthony‘s murder trial he was overwhelmed by the grisly smell and his dog Gerus was instantly attracted to it when they were called to check out the car on July 17, 2008.
Shantaniqua Scott confessed to cops she wanted her ‘carefree’ life back. How horrifying!
Thankfully doctors disturbed the grisly scene in time to save four-month-old Raymond. Shantaniqua is now on trial. Should she be locked up for life?
Elizabeth Smart stormed out of the court room yesterday after an expert witness said that she had allegedly picked out a baby name just in case she got pregnant during her nine months of captivity.
Elizabeth Smart stormed out of a court hearing for her abductor, Brian David Mitchell, yesterday (Dec. 1) in Salt Lake City, UT, after a witness for the defense testified that she had chosen a baby name, thinking she would get pregnant sometime during her captivity after she was kidnapped from her home at the age of 14 in 2002. Elizabeth became visibly upset after Dr. Paul Whitehead, the clinical director of the forensic unit at Utah State Hospital, brought up information he had gathered from Mitchell’s wife Wanda Barzee‘s journal and various police reports — some of it detailing Mitchell’s desire for Elizabeth to become pregnant. “Mitchell was talking to Miss Smart about having babies to the point that Smart actually picked out a name if that happened,” Whitehead testified. It was then that Elizabeth reportedly shot him a cold glare and stormed out of the court room, followed by her mother Lois Smart. How awful!
Maybe this will inspire her to star in a courtroom drama!
Can you imagine showing up for jury duty and finding yourself spending three days with Kristen Stewart? The Twilight star was a member of a jury in L.A. this week, TMZ is reporting, and she helped free a man accused of trying to pay an undercover cop for sex. In the end, it was decided the man wasn’t asking the cop for sex, but was simply misunderstood, as English is not his first language. According to the report, Kristen was fully in agreement with her fellow jurors even got to keep her juror badge as a memento for her three-day experience. Read more